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Collective Decision Making for Ecological Restoration

Ecological restoration, particularly in urban contexts, is a complex collective decision-making process that involves a diversity of stakeholders and experts, each with their own perceptions about what landscapes should and can look like, how to get them to the desired state, and on what timeline. CoDMER can be used to investigate how structural and behavioral factors can influence collective decision making processes and outcomes in the context of ecological restoration. It is informed by existing literature on collective decision making and empirical data from the Chicago Wilderness region.

Release Notes

Version 1.01

Version Submitter First published Last modified
1.1.0 Dean Massey Nov 21, 2014 Nov 21, 2014
1.0.0 Dean Massey Dec 30, 2011 Apr 27, 2013


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